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Representation & Advocacy

Representation and Advocacy

Through our engagement with other associations in higher education, we work to improve the campus experience for all students, staff and visitors, and to demonstrate the importance in university life of the services that CUBO members oversee.

Commercial and campus services

CUBO has a strategic partnership with The University Caterers Organisation TUCO and meets annually with ASRA, TUCO, UHS and Academic Venue Solutions among other associations.

Wellbeing

CUBO Board member Gillian Almond is a member of the Protect-Ed Advisory Board.

CUBO Board member Stewart Ross represents CUBO on the UCEA Health & Safety Committee

CUBO Board member Bryan Carroll is a member of the BPF Student Wellbeing Working Group

Sustainability

CUBO Board member Jon Greenwood MBE is a Green Gown Awards judge. The Green Gown Awards are an initiative of EAUC. In 2018 CUBO is sponsoring the Enterprise category of the Green Gown Awards.

Accommodation

CUBO Board member Bryan Carroll serves on the ANUK/UNIPOL Code Committee of Management, the BPF Student Accommodation Committee and is a member of the NUS/UNIPOL Accommodation Costs Survey Steering Group

UUK/GuildHE Accommodation Code of Practice

CUBO representatives on the UUK ACoP Governance Board:

  • Bryan Carroll (Solent University)
  • Helen McGlashan (University of Manchester)
  • Kirsty Woodward (University of Leicester)

CUBO representatives on the UUK ACoP Sector Advisory Group;

  • Helen McGlashan (University of Manchester)
  • Deirdre McIntyre (Bangor University)
  • Mel Parrott (Kellogg College, University of Oxford)
CUBO members have a very significant staff cohort in each institution – 800 here in Leeds in my team – so issues pertaining to H&S are critical for us all. Mental health issues and sickness represent significant concerns and it is vital that CUBO members are appraised on sector-wide initiatives and useful connections.
Stewart Ross, CUBO Chair & CUBO Representative on UKEA Health & Safety Committee.
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